The Mayor of Beverley is asking residents of the town to nominate their good neighbours for a civic award. Since March 2019, Beverley, like the rest of the world, has experienced challenging times due to Covid-19.
However, this has also brought with it an extra special sense of community spirit, as individuals and organisations have gone that bit further to look after friends and neighbours.
Beverley Labour’s attempt to confuse the voters of Minster South by passing their candidate off as an Independent in the Beverley Town Council by-election, ended in chaos last night as Lib Dem, Graham Johnson stormed to victory with 57% of the vote, and more votes than the Conservative and Labour (Independent) candidates combined.
The Beverley Branch of the Labour Party is pleased to announce that they will be supporting Ron Laden in the upcoming by-election to be held on 22 July for the seat of Minster South for the Beverley Town Council.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is set to trial pedestrianising part of Beverley’s Saturday Market this month as a result of positive feedback from early consultation undertaken in summer 2020.
The trial, which starts from Monday, 10 May, will see the area between The Grapes pub and the King’s Head pedestrianised to create an area where people can socially distance, as well as providing an opportunity for outdoor seating areas.
Extra safety measures to ensure the safety of staff and voters at polling stations will be in place for the election of the next Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner.
The election for the PCC is just one of six elections taking place on Thursday, 6 May with elections for the vacant seats in the South West Holderness and South East Holderness wards as well as vacancies on Beverley Town Council, Goole Town Council, Cottingham Parish Council and Nafferton Parish Council all due to take place.